Handling various rubies at the same time in your machine with RVM – Ruby Version Manager

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2 Responses to “Handling various rubies at the same time in your machine with RVM – Ruby Version Manager”

  1. Rafael Ponte Says:

    Pretty nice, Mauricio!

    I already knew the rvm but I didn’t know the “gemset” feature. It’s very interesting, mainly if you’re using this simple approach that was explained by you.

    • Maurício Linhares Says:

      Yeah, gemsets are probably the most important feature on RVM, it surely makes your life easier if you’re dealing with a lot of different projects. It also helps you trying out new things without destroying your whole environment.


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